Archive for the ‘Management’ Category

  • In Croatia, a rich history and a bright future merge

    on Jun 4, 13 • in Architecture, Croatia, Cultural heritage, Culture, History, Management, Museum, News, Tourism • with Comments Off on In Croatia, a rich history and a bright future merge

      When many people think of Croatia, if they think of it at all, they still picture a battle-scarred slice of erstwhile Yugoslavia. Yet the Croatian War of Independence, which saw Croats face off against Serb-led forces, was 20 years ago. Now that Croatia has achieved sovereignty and returned to peace — the nation will join the European Union on July 1 — it is emerging as a hot spot for tourists eager to discover its stunning Dalmatian Coast and museum-packed capital. Bordered by Slovenia and Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east, Bosnia

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  • Campus Argestaeus: a Landscape Frozen in Time

    on May 23, 13 • in Antiquty, Articles, Management, News, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Campus Argestaeus: a Landscape Frozen in Time

    Damjan DONEV Campus Argestaeus: a Landscape Frozen in Time (a field report) Abstract In this article we present the results of the first season of a small, micro-regional survey project in the Middle Vardar Valley. After a brief description of the survey area’s location and the physical environment, we discuss the method of fieldwork and the preliminary findings. It is possible that in Antiquity, the wider study region was the hinterland of the town Argos on the Vardar, mentioned in historical texts and in the epigraphic record; hence the title of the project. One of the

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  • Opening of first archaeological park in Macedonia “Arheo Park Brazda”

    on May 17, 13 • in Antiquty, Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Culture, Education, Management, News, Preservation, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Opening of first archaeological park in Macedonia “Arheo Park Brazda”

    Association “Archaeologica” is honored to invite you to the opening ceremony of the first archaeological park in Macedonia.   “Arheo Park Brazda” was implemented by the Archaeologica team with support from AD ELEM, from the program for social responsibility. As supporters participated: Museum of Macedonia, Green Ark, SAA Axios, Macedonian Forests, Image Plus, local residents and others. The team members from Archaeologica worked for months to transform this unique cultural monument, which was neglected and unavailable to visitors, into a new cultural and touristic attraction nearby Skopje. The Arheo Park is located at the foot

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  • MA in Heritage Management in Athens, Greece

    on Apr 10, 13 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Greece, Management, News • with Comments Off on MA in Heritage Management in Athens, Greece

    Deadline: 1 June 2013 Open to: applicants with bachelors degree, diploma or equivalent in any field with good English proficiency scores Scholarship: full fees plus living expenses for the three semester program Description The MA in Heritage Management is an intensive three semester (one and a half academic year) postgraduate programme which uniquely combines the worlds of archaeology and business and is taught in Athens at Eleusina, an area of world-class archaeological significance. It focuses on teaching the skills required for the management of heritage sites across the world and how to effectively work with archaeologists, architects,

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  • Balkan Museum Network Conference – Meet, See, Do

    on Mar 28, 13 • in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Conference, Cultural heritage, Culture, Management, Museum, News, Tourism • with Comments Off on Balkan Museum Network Conference – Meet, See, Do

    Dear colleagues, Deadline for application to ‘Meet, See, Do’ conference has been extended until 2 April. The Balkan Museum Network invites you to “Meet, See, Do”. The event will take place between 23-25 April 2013, in Sarajevo. A maximum of 40 participants will be accepted to attend the conference (maximum 2 from each institution). This includes accommodation, travel, visa, lunches and a conference dinner. Per diems are not included. Key themes of the Conference are: 1. Access & Inclusion; 2. Interpretation & Communication; 3. Cultural Tourism; 4. Developing Successful Projects/Project Management; 5. Museology.   Working

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  • CONFERENCE: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARKS” 2013 – TRASP Serbia

    on Feb 26, 13 • in Ancient Rome, Conference, Cultural heritage, Management, News, Roman period, Serbia, Tourism • with Comments Off on CONFERENCE: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARKS” 2013 – TRASP Serbia

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